gcp are energetic, enthusiastic, resourceful, creative and solution focussed. They always design and deliver excellent community engagement strategies. They genuinely listen and involve a broad range of stakeholders. Their solutions are therefore rooted in delivering community aspiration while never forgetting the need to focus on what is viable and sustainable over time. gcp’s work is always of high quality, delivered on time and well received
— Helen Bone, Partner, Vivid Regeneration LLP

Fyfe Hall, Trinity Arts Centre: phased redevelopment of Grade II* listed deconsecrated church

gcp have supported community groups and voluntary sector organisations for over 20 years to make best use of their property assets.

Working alongside a wide range of clients gives us an appreciation of the challenges faced when considering both refurbishment and new build projects. We have helped secure funding for feasibility studies, options appraisals and capital (building) works from a wide range of sources including BIG Lottery, Social Investment Business and charitable trusts

gcp have supported many organisations providing advice and support to charities and voluntary sector groups. We have worked with with:
▪    Locality
▪    Ethical Property Foundation
▪    Design Council CABE
▪    Millennium Commission via Action with Communities in Rural England (ACRE)

Projects, in addition to those pictured, include:

Oldbury Court Community Centre, Bristol for Bristol City Council

Odd Down Community Sports Hub, Bath for Old Culverhaysians RFC

Park Opportunity Centre, Bristol for The Park Management Committee

Percy Community Centre, Bath for Percy Management Committee

Hillfields Community Centre, Bristol for Bristol City Council

Malcolm X Community Centre, Bristol for Malcolm X Management Company

Meadowcroft Community Sports, Swindon for Stratton St Margaret Parish


Filwood Broadway, Knowle West Development Plan, Bristol for Knowle West

Development Trust